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Devocion para el dia dies y nueve de cada mes. A honra, y gloria, del patriarcha señor San Joseph. (1768)



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Author: unknown; American Antiquarian Society. fmo RPJCB
Subject: Joseph, Saint; CSAIP; Devotional exercises
Publisher: [Guatemala] : Reimpressa en la Imprenta de Joachin de Arevalo, impressor de los Tribun. Eclesiast. de esta corte
Language: Spanish
Digitizing sponsor: John Carter Brown Library
Book contributor: John Carter Brown Library
Collection: jcbguatemala; jcbspanishamerica; JohnCarterBrownLibrary; americana
Notes: Copyright on title. No table-of-contents page found. Some cropping of text may occur from physical condition of item.

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Medina, J.T. Guatemala

Provenance of John Carter Brown Library copy: American Antiquarian Society


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